On the eve of the International Day for Protection of Children an event, which is already becoming a custom, was held at the Judicial Acts Compulsory Enforcement Service of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia. The event was attended by children aged five to ten, whose issues of execution of levy of alimony and organisation of meetings with parents are dealt by the Enforcement Service.
During the festive show 70 children were amused by heroes of tales and were handed gifts on the part of the Service; refreshments were organised.
The deputy chief compulsory enforcement officer of the RoA, colonel of justice Robert Ghazaryan, congratulating the children upon the holiday, said that each child has the right to be happy, and that this is the obligation of the family, the public and the state. "All of us are obliged to protect interests and rights of children, to attend to them in order that they do not feel abandoned. I wish happiness, and peaceful future to all children in the world," the deputy chief compulsory enforcement officer said.
Then, in a briefing to journalists, Robert Ghazaryan said that these children particularly are in need of state care and increased attention. It is due to support of the Service that they have an opportunity to meet their parents. According to him the event was aimed at improvement of the moral-psychological condition, which is established while being at the Compulsory Enforcement Service.
It shall be mentioned that levies of execution, meetings and handover of children from one parent to the other are functions relating to alimonies. At present, 1 362 enforcement proceedings are being processed, 854 out of which are in marzes; work is in progress relating to 2500 children, 1500 out of whom are from marzes.
To remind, 2 years ago a "Room for Organisation of Meetings for the Children", which is targeted at organising relaxed meetings between children and parents, was established at the Service.